Lifting specialists GGR Group has launched a brand new group portal website at www.ggrgroup.com
Designed by award-winning Cuckoo Design, the portal brings together GGR’s list of growing brands on one site – which sees the addition of GGR Rail and GGR Cladding, two new off-shoots of the business, set to launch later in the year.
The site also formally introduces the group’s social media debut, the company’s Twitter and Facebook pages.
The portal launch will open the floodgates for company-wide website redevelopment, with brand new websites being rolled out for all brands over the coming months.
Graeme Riley, Chief Executive Officer of GGR commented: “GGR is constantly evolving and expanding, bringing in new brands, developing new products and growing in knowledge and expertise. Our web presence is now starting to reflect our continued status as number one in the industry. Not only is it an important means for our customers to easily access the information they need, but social media profiles such as Twitter give GGR and our industry a modern and relevant voice to directly communicate with our peers and customers.”
The online revamp reflects the company’s continued expansion, with the addition of new products and brands, a new depot opening in Scotland this year and inclusion in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 for two years running.
The GGR Group is now made up of six brands – GGR Glass, UNIC Cranes Europe, GGR Galizia, GGR AirLift, GGR Rail and GGR Cladding. The GGR Group is Europe’s leading supplier of vacuum handling equipment, restricted access lifting machinery and mini cranes, along with a variety of complementary products and services.
GGR’s brands offer customers a huge range of products and services. The GGR Glass product range brings together a diverse range of vacuum lifters, cups, glazing robots and accessories. UNIC Cranes Europe is home to the world’s most compact mini cranes for lifting operations where space and access are restricted.
GGR AirLift offers a range of the world’s first zone 1, air powered mini cranes. Based upon Europe’s most widely used spider crane, the GGR AirLift has been specifically adapted for use in hazardous offshore and petrochemical environments as well as underground controlled sectors.
GGR Galizia was also launched in the last year, offering a range of pick and carry cranes. With a choice of diesel engines or battery powered motors and no outrigger requirement, pick and carry cranes can move quickly around site in: workshops, factories, aircraft hangers, or in outdoor environments such as marinas and docks.